Erin challenged Bryan to throw ice for ALS! So instead he’s just gonna write them a check. Also, Queen of Bangs Michelle Duggar of “19 Kids and Counting” said some incredibly stupid things about trans women. And finally, indie super-duo Tanlines drop by to talk about everything from the Ying-Yang twins to Google to Bernadette Peters. Also, can you climax standing up?
Everyone slather on your coconut oil and turn on Judge Judy, because it’s time to hear about the sexual misadventures of Erin and Bryan. Plus, we’re talking about the white Beyonce herself: Michelle Duggar. She and her bangs are sending out robocalls that are incredibly misinformed and offensive. Thankfully, the amazing Tanlines are here to talk Nashville and the Ying Yang Twins.
This week, Bryan took a Lyft for the first time! It was as delightful as an emu leg in Disneyland. Meanwhile, Erin reveals that women get waaay less financial loans for businesses than men do. And Bryan discusses a new poll revealing how LGBTs feel about religion. Plus, the Secret app! Share with friends, anonymously…
Bryan tried Lyft for the first time and he was extremely selfless. He didn’t bother the driver with smiles, conversation, or even eye contact! Also, Bryan discusses a poll that illustrates LGBTs relationship with the church. And did you know? Female entrepreneurs aren’t getting as many financial loans for business because… you guessed it! They’re women. Paris Hilton, please be sure to watch this episode. Erin has a proposal that you simply MUST hear.
Do you experience feelings of unease when you see a woman breast-feeding in public? Are you a man who has sex with men who wants a back-up plan? Do you often feel like the woman in the awesome pantsuit from Superman II is under appreciated? If so, this episode of Throwing Shade might be right for you.
It’s time for the bi-annual update on Bryan’s electric bill! And it’s also time to hear about breast feeding women who are getting a lot of shade thrown on them. Also, do you remember when medicine started? Bryan and Erin remember. Well we’ve come a long way, baby. There’s now a pill available that can be used to reduce the risk of HIV infection. And no one could have a problem with that, right? Right?!